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This Year — recapping the best podcasts.: #36: Loveline (2001 -Q2) 

this year. 

Recapping the best podcasts. 

Tuesday, July 24, 2012 

#36: Loveline (2001-Q2) 




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1 UP Yours 

2006; 2007; 2008; 

Top 40 

The Adam Carolla Show 

Jan 2006; Feb 2006; 

Mar 2006; Apr 2006; 

May 2006; Jun 2006; 

Jul 2006; Aug 2006; 

Sep 2006; Oct 2006; 

Nov 2006; Dec 2006 

Few syndicated radio shows have permeated popular culture and achieved as great 
a standing as Loveline. Launched in 1 983 and still running today, Loveline likely 
ranks as the foremost sexual health and relationship advice show. The show 
ballooned in popularity between 1 996 and 2005 when it was hosted by Adam 
Carolla and Drew Pinsky, comedian and board certified physician respectively. 
Loveline's ability to be comedic, somber, and at times touching made it some of 
the most striking radio on air, and even its oldest episodes remain remarkable 

Find old episodes of Loveline at Loveline Tapes, the show's 
official archive, and new episodes of Loveline at the show's 
official website. 


Behind the Dish 

2013 Season 

Blue Jam 

Series 1; Series 2; 

Series 3 

Culture Gabfest 


The Dave Dameshek 
Football Program 


Daves of Thunder 

Full run 

Effectively Wild 

201 2 Season; 201 3 Season 

EGM Live* 


GFW Radio 

Upcoming releases: 

#98: This American Life 
(126 to 150) 

#99: Loveline (Third 
Quarter 2002) 


#101: Why Oh Why (2014) 

#102: Radiolab (2014) 

#103: Snapjudgment 
(Season 1) 

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This Year — recapping the best podcasts.: #36: Loveline (2001-Q2) 

Listen to a sample of this episode. 

2006; 2007; 2008 


0:02:00 -Calls from April 2001 
2:28:00 - Calls from May 2001 
4:32:00 -Calls from June 2001 


Loveline was a production of KROQ and Westwood One Entertainement. All clips in 
this episode are the property of those parties. It was produced by Ann Wilkins- 
Ingoll. The percentage of the original show in this episode is approximately 7% 
(7hrs 00min/96hrs 1 1 min). This episode has been mastered at 56kbp/s, below the 
original audio quality of the shows available to us. Compression is used to reduce 
file sizes. The difference in audio quality is negligible if not unrecognizable. 
Timestamp notes are available here. The cover image is by Alex Dram. 


Self Esteem - The Offspring 

This Year is not associated with Amazon in any way. 

Adam Carolla 

Adam Carolla got his break after an accomplished but low paying career as a 
carpenter. Days prior to his thirtieth birthday he met Jimmy Kimmel, marking the 
start of a long and successful comedic partnership. In 1 995 he was hired to co-host 
teen relationship and health advice show Loveline with Dr. Drew Pinsky. There he 
developed his public image: a witty, intelligent, and thoughtful comedian that was 
always right and was always baffled by idiocy of those around him. In late 2005 he 
left the KROQ studios to found his morning radio show at KLSX, The Adam Carolla 

Drew Pinsky 

Dr. Drew Pinsky joined Loveline in 1984 while still a medical student at USC, 
appearing on the show alongside host Jim Trenton. In 1992 Loveline went from a 
Sunday night show to airing five days a week. Pinsky stuck with the show, originally 
getting paid nothing, and then getting paid very little. In 1993 Trenton was 
replaced by Riki Rachtman, and in 1 996 Rachtman gave way to Adam Carolla. 
Pinsky spent ten years doing Loveline with Carolla, forging a strong friendship with 
the comedian. Pinsky still hosts Loveline today and mans his own television shows 
on HLN, VH1, and The CW. 

Special guests 

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Giant Bombcast 

2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 
2012; Ryan Davis 
Memorial; 2013; 2014 

Good Grief 

Full run 

Hang Up and Listen 


The HotSpot 

2005; 2006; 2007; 

Top 40 

Idle Thumbs 

Original run 

Left, Right & Center 

2011 ; 201 2 


Q1 2000; Q2 2000; 

Q3 2000; Q4 2000; 

Q1 2001; Q2 2001; 

Q3 2001; Q4 2001; 

Q1 2002; Q2 2002 



On the Media 

2001; 2011; 2012; 2013 

The Penn Jillette 
Radio Show 

Q1 2006 

Planet Money 

401 to 450; 451 to 500 

Political Gabfest 

2011; 201 2; 201 3 


2007; 2008 

Security Now 

2005-2006; 2007; 2014 

The Skeptics' Guide 
to the Universe 

2005; 2006; 2007; 2011; 
2012; 2013 

Studio 360 

201 2; 201 3 

This American Life 

1 to 25; 26 to 50; 

51 to 75; 76 to 100; 

101 to 125 

Too Beautiful to Live 

Q1 2008; Q2 2008; 

Q3 2008; Q1 2011; 

Q2 2011; Q3 2011; 

Q4 2011 

Uhh Yeah Dude 

2006; 2007; 2008; 2012; 
2013; 2014 

Wait Wait... Don't 
Tell Me! 


The Why Factor 


That aint no 
caravella.... looks like a 
creepo - Anonymous 


podcast. - Anonymous 

My favorite show on the 
site besides Daves of 
Thun... - Anonymous 

I always liked when 
Shirley Phelps called in. 

He a... - Anonymous 

That should read "a 
full Gabfest 

archive,&quo... - This 



This Year — recapping the best podcasts.: #36: Loveline (2001-Q2) 

Row A (left to right): Johnny April, Chester Bennington, Guy Blews, Chris Cheney 
Row B: Mike Cosgrove, Anne Danielewski, Mark Danielewski, Brad Delson 
Row C: Andy Dick, Amanda Foreman, Sal Giancarelli, David Alan Grier 
Row D:Jack Grisham, Greg Grunberg, Brian Herta, Mark Hoppus 
Row E: David Lascher, Aaron Lewis, Howie Mandel, Taryn Manning 




2011; 201 2; 201 3 


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This Year — recapping the best podcasts.: #36: Loveline (2001 -Q2) 

Row F: Jerri Manthey, Jay McGraw, Isabella Miko, Dryden Mitchell 
Row G: Esai Morales, Mike Mushok, Patton Oswalt, Scott Owen 
Row H: Brian Posehn, Mike Roche, Joe Rogan, Johnathon Schaech 
Row I: Andy Strachan, Nicole Sullivan, Theodore Stryker, Tricky 
RowJ: Tye Zamora 

Tags: 2001, Adam Carolla, Comedy, Drew Pinsky, KROQ, Loveline, Westwood One 


SuperFusion July 24, 2012 at 10:15 PM 

Thank you so much for this! Been waiting for a while for this one. A _ A 

Anonymous February 1 7, 201 3 at 1 1 :42 AM 
What's up with this episode around 2:30:00? 


This Year February 17, 2013 at 1:38 PM 
What are you referring to? 


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